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The Skateboard Kid (1993)

PG | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
No one could be more bored than Zack, the new kid in town with no friends in sight. When a gang of hip, skateboarding thrashers start cruising his neighborhood, Zack hopes his luck will ... See full summary »

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Frank
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Maggie
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Big Dan
Rick Dean ...
Earl
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Rip (voice)
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Zack
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Jenny
Jonathan Pekar ...
Ham
Lee McLaughlin ...
Sheriff
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Snake
Lee Velazquez ...
Burger
Gerry Lock ...
Sally
Sindy McKay ...
Receptionist
Derek Mark Lochran ...
Utilityman
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Mr. Banks
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No one could be more bored than Zack, the new kid in town with no friends in sight. When a gang of hip, skateboarding thrashers start cruising his neighborhood, Zack hopes his luck will change. But they want nothing to do with him. Then Zack makes the discovery of his life: a talking wisecracking, magical skateboard. And suddenly, skateboarding rises to entirely new heights. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Why take the road when you can fly?

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for mild language
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Despite the cover art for the DVD (and possibly the poster as well) depicts a dog riding along with the kid neither The Skateboard Kid (1993) nor the sequel The Skateboard Kid II (1995), which also has a similar poster with a dog, features no dog. See more »

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When Maggie tells Frank that she is going to be marrying Dan, Frank's lips are seen moving without any audible dialogue. See more »

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WHY???????????
13 May 2001 | by See all my reviews

I dont even know why Im writing this.Maybe because this movie so bad.I mean its beyond bad.How the hell can film studios release such crap movies.Its baffling.I can understand it. I doubt anyone will read this review because even the title sounds dumb but if you do avoid like the plague. It has a crappy acting,directing and a talking skateboard.Yes, a talking skateboard.I cant even imagine kids liking this s**t


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